nextgen 2012 - registration opens for 3-in-1 renewable energy show

Key cleantech event also features renewable energy shows microgen and ebec

EV Project Offers Free Blink(R) Chargers to EV Drivers and Commercial Host Sites in Philadelphia

Qualified residents in the Philadelphia region who have taken ownership of either the Nissan LEAF or Chevy Volt, will receive a free residential Blink wall mount charger as well as an installation credit of up to $400, subject to certain conditions.

Royal HaskoningDHV maintains its track record as consent is granted for Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm

Dudgeon will cover an area of 35 square kilometres and will generate up to 560MW of green energy; enough to power around 400,000 UK households.

Ecotech Institute's First Graduating Class Finds Success in the Workforce

Companies Across the Country Are Hiring Graduates from Ecotech's First-Ever Graduating Class

SEIA Statement on House Committee Approval of No More Solyndras Act

In solar alone, the DOE Loan Guarantee Program is providing crucial financing to support the construction of 11 utility-scale solar power plants in the Southwest that will produce 2,700 megawatts of safe, clean power – enough to power 630,000 homes.

SGS Conducts End of Warranty Inspection of Borusan Wind Turbines in Turkey

In January 2012, SGS was appointed a contract to conduct end of warranty inspection services for twenty Vestas V90-3MW wind turbines by Borusan EnBW Energy.

SMART BUILDINGS South-East Europe

International Exhibition on Building Automation Systems and Advanced Building Technologies - the New Digital Way of Life

First Solar Boosting Solar-Panel Production to Meet Higher Demand

U.S. solar company First Solar Inc. (FSLR) said Wednesday that it will make more solar panels this year than earlier planned due to rising demand. The Arizona company said it plans to make 1,800 to 1,900 megawatts of panels this year, up from its plan in May to cut production to 1,400 to 1,700 megawatts. That compares to 2,400 megawatts of production in 2011. First Solar Chief Executive Jim Hughes said the company will make more products to meet higher-than-expected demand from customers primarily in Europe and India. First Solar reported a second-quarter profit of $111 million, or $1.27 a share, up 82% from $61.1 million, or 70 cents a share, a year earlier. Net sales jumped 80% to $957.3 million, primarily due to an increase in the number and size of projects under construction for which revenue could be booked in the second quarter. Share of First Solar were up 13% at $16.70 in after-hours trade.

SMA Upgrades Efficiency, Power Output of Sunny Island Inverters

New Off-Grid Solution Enables Robust, Reliable Performance for Range of PV Systems

Apricus Partners With Boutique Carbon in Pakistan

Boutique Carbon to Represent Apricus Products

Data Translation Announces 24-bit Portable USB DAQ Module for $995

The DT9826-4 and DT9826-8 combine high performance, 24-bit analog measurement, digital I/O, counter/timers, and a tachomter on a single plug-and-play USB device. Free comprehensive software is incuded. The $995 price tag of the DT9826-4-OEM makes it ideal for OEMs.

TÜV SÜD acquires UK renewable energy specialist PMSS

TÜV SÜD has acquired UK Project Management Support Services Limited (PMSS. PMSS has resources of 70 staff and a revenue of almost 8 Mio. Euros in 2011 and offers comprehensive consulting services to wind-turbine owners, manufacturers and and investors.

Real World PV Solar System Installation - Part 1

AltEnergyMag is having a residential PV system installed and monitoring the process. This is part 1 of a series of articles we will publish along the way in order to demonstrate and explain a real world project for our readers to follow and learn from.

Nuclear Fusion

Research into controlled fusion, with the aim of producing fusion power for the production of electricity, has been conducted for over 60 years. It has been accompanied by extreme scientific and technological difficulties, but has resulted in progress. At present, controlled fusion reactions have been unable to produce break-even (self-sustaining) controlled fusion reactions. Workable designs for a reactor that theoretically will deliver ten times more fusion energy than the amount needed to heat up plasma to required temperatures (see ITER) were originally scheduled to be operational in 2018, however this has been delayed and a new date has not been stated.

SMART GRID SECURITY: A PAN EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

The maturity of the smart grid security in Europe could be evaluated as medium to low; that is what our study demonstrated. We are still trying to find out how to implement the smart grid on our electricity power infrastructure, after which we would conceive how the security should be applied. This is not a good approach, we need to define what instruments we should use (requirements for smart grids) in the smart grid before any other action can be taken into account.

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